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Lining Inside of Slab Saw

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denny
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« on: December 28, 2013, 03:35:23 pm »

Mark - I'm not talking about the traditional "pudding" but rather the hard clay that forms on the base of the saw.  Whatever I would use would come up all sides about 4" or so.  However, even it was "form-fitting" and lay flat on the bottom, it shouldn't be a problem to pry up an edge.  the biggest problem would be how to guide it around the obstacles created by one or two metal braces that are around the arbor and blade.  I'm afraid that part of the saw would probably not be easy to do.

Don - without looking at it, from my recliner lol, I'd guess about 1/2-1".
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